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Results: 202 Record(s) Found.

Wagner, Taylor looking to continue dominance at Paralympics

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Two of the most decorated wheelchair tennis champions ever will lead Team USA into the Paralympic Games this summer. The USTA named three-time doubles gold medalists David Wagner and Nick Taylor to the eight-player team set to represent the red, white and blue in Brazil, Sept. 9-16. Read More
 

Johnson wins Nottingham for first career tour title

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Just one month after claiming his first doubles title, Steve Johnson found individual success the weekend before he gets his Wimbledon campaign underway with a 7-6, 7-5 win over Pablo Cuevas in the final of the Aegon Open in Nottingham, England. Read More
 

May 2016 Honor Roll

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U.S. seniors post strong results at ITF World Team Championships

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Team USA produced another solid showing at the ITF Seniors World Team Championships. The U.S., who competed in six events, took home the title in one, finished as runner-up in two others and placed all six of its squads in the Top 4. Read More
 

USTA announces tennis coaches for Rio Olympics

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With just six weeks until the world’s gaze shifts to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the USTA named U.S. Fed Cup captain Mary Joe Fernandez, USTA Player Development Head of Men’s Tennis Jay Berger and head coach of the U.S. national wheelchair team Dan James as coaches for the women's, men's and wheelchair tennis teams. Read More
 

Team USA to kick off 2017 Fed Cup season by hosting Germany

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The U.S. Fed Cup team will begin its 2017 season – and its first appearance in the World Group since 2014 – with a home tie against Germany, Feb. 11-12. Read More
 

Keys captures second career title in Birmingham

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Madison Keys won her second career WTA title, defeating Barbora Strycova, 6-3, 6-4, in the final of the Aegon Classic in Birmingham, England. Read More
 

Keys reaches Birmingham final to crack Top 10

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With her victory Saturday at the Aegon Classic, 21-year-old Madison Keys has secured a place in the Top 10 of the WTA rankings for the first time in her career. According to the WTA, she is the first U.S. woman to make her Top 10 debut since Serena Williams in 1999. Read More
 

Alex Rybakov blog: Training with Gil Reyes

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TCU's Alex Rybakov is one of four elite college players currently participating in a strength and conditioning camp under Gil Reyes, Andre Agassi's longtime trainer. Rybakov is blogging for USTA.com about the camp, and in his first entry, he writes about the workout regimen, his favorite part of the day and more. Read More
 

Mike Bryan earns milestone 1,000th career win

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Mike Bryan added another milestone to his already stellar list of accomplishments, winning his 1,000th career match Wednesday to become just the fifth men's player in history to post either 1,000 singles or 1,000 doubles victories. Read More
 
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